|Subject:||Re: 2003 Victorian Twitchathon Final Results|
|Date:||Thu, 30 Oct 2003 15:47:37 +1100|
Yes we run 4.00PM Saturday til 5.00PM Sunday, making the adjustment for daylight savings. This means that we have about 2 1/2 hours of sunlight to bird in on the Saturday plus twilight.
Even so, the Whacked-out Woodswallows notched up 90 birds before sunset on the Sunday. I guess we could notch up another 20 or so in the next hour - the bonus would be that some of these would be birds we wouldn't get on the Sunday.
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